Taylor Swift Announces ‘1989’ World Tour Dates

large.Jn1-pczMBG515TqLPwY4WRQ2isMjLIvr2zii4x9QalETaylor Swift announced the dates for her “1989” world tour, which will launch on May 20, 2015, in Bossier City, Louisiana. She’ll hit five countries and end with a Halloween show in Tampa, Florida.

Vance Joy, an Australian singer known for his hit single “Riptide,” will open for Swift during the North American dates. Swift announced the news on “Good Morning America” on Monday and directed fans to TaylorSwift.com for full dates and ticketing options. (The site has been down since the announcement but will be back up shortly.) Tickets for the general public will go on sale Nov. 14, but TaylorSwift.com members and American Express cardholders will be able to purchase tickets on Nov. 7.

Interestingly enough, Swift, who was named Global Welcome Ambassador for New York City last week, does not yet have any plans to stop at either New York’s Madison Square Garden or Brooklyn’s Barclays Center. As of now, the closest she’ll get to the five boroughs is a July 11 show at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Welcome to New York?

Promo Video

“1989” world tour dates for 2015:


May 20: CenturyLink Center – Bossier City, Louisiana
May 22: LSU Tiger Stadium – Baton Rouge, Louisiana
May 30: Ford Field – Detroit


June 2: KFC Yum! Center – Louisville, Kentucky
June 3: Quicken Loans Arena – Cleveland
June 6: Heinz Field – Pittsburgh
June 8: Time Warner Cable Arena – Charlotte, North Carolina
June 9: PNC Arena – Raleigh, North Carolina
June 13: Lincoln Financial Field – Philadelphia
June 20: Lanxess Arena – Cologne, Germany
June 21: Ziggo Dome – Amsterdam, Holland
June 23: The SSE, Hydro – Glasgow, U.K.
June 24: Arena – Manchester, U.K.
June 27: British Summertime Hyde Park – London


July 6: Canadian Tire Centre – Ottawa, Ontario
July 7: Bell Centre – Montreal, Quebec
July 11: MetLife Stadium – East Rutherford, New Jersey
July 13: Nationals Park – Washington, D.C.
July 18: Soldier Field – Chicago
July 24: Gillette Stadium – Foxborough, Massachusetts.
July 25: Gillette Stadium – Foxborough, Massachusetts


Aug. 1: BC Place Stadium – Vancouver, British Columbia.
Aug. 4: Rexall Place – Edmonton, Alberta
Aug. 5: Rexall Place – Edmonton, Alberta
Aug. 8: CenturyLink Field – Seattle
Aug. 15: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, California
Aug. 17: Gila River Arena – Glendale, Arizona
Aug. 18: Gila River Arena – Glendale, Arizona
Aug. 25: Staples Center – Los Angeles
Aug. 26: Staples Center – Los Angeles
Aug. 29: PETCO Park – San Diego


Sept. 4: EnergySolutions Arena – Salt Lake City, Utah
Sept. 5: Pepsi Center – Denver
Sept. 6: Pepsi Center – Denver
Sept. 9: Fargodome – Fargo, North Dakota
Sept. 11: Xcel Energy Center – St. Paul, Minnesota
Sept. 12: Xcel Energy Center – St. Paul, Minnesota
Sept. 16: Bankers Life Fieldhouse – Indianapolis
Sept. 17: Nationwide Arena – Columbus, Ohio
Sept. 18: Nationwide Arena – Columbus, Ohio
Sept. 21: Sprint Center – Kansas City, Missouri
Sept. 22: Sprint Center – Kansas City, Missouri
Sept. 25: Bridgestone Arena – Nashville
Sept. 26: Bridgestone Arena – Nashville


Oct. 2: Rogers Centre -Toronto
Oct. 3: Rogers Centre – Toronto
Oct. 8: Wells Fargo Arena – Des Moines, Iowa
Oct. 9: CenturyLink Center – Omaha, Nebraska
Oct. 10: CenturyLink Center – Omaha, Nebraska
Oct. 13: Scottrade Center – St. Louis
Oct. 14: Scottrade Cente – St. Louis
Oct. 17: AT&T Stadium – Dallas
Oct. 20: Rupp Arena – Lexington, Kentucky
Oct. 21: Greensboro Coliseum Complex – Greensboro, North Carolina
Oct. 24: Georgia Dome – Atlanta
Oct. 27: AmericanAirlines Arena – Miami
Oct. 31: Raymond James Stadium – Tampa

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